Gitgit Waterfall

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  • Address: Jalan Raya Bedugul - Singaraja, Gitgit, Sukasada, Gitgit, Sukasada, KabupatenBuleleng, Bali 81161,Indonesia
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: 2 USD
  • Tags: Forest, Water Body, Waterfall, Leisure, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature

Located slightly away from the bustling city life, this mesmerizing waterfall is surely going to impress you. A narrow hiking trail for few distance from the main road connecting Bedugul and Singaraja will lead you to this waterfall. As the 40meter cascade fallsinto a rocky pool, the roaring sound of the water will definitely put you in trance. If you are game, take a plunge into the cool waters of the pool. That’s why, with times, this spot has turned into a must-visit natural landmark for visitors coming to Bali.

Hence, missing out on this waterfall will a sheer loss for your Bali trip. 

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  • Parking has separate charges.

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  • Gitgit Waterfall Address: Jalan Raya Bedugul - Singaraja, Gitgit, Sukasada, Gitgit, Sukasada, KabupatenBuleleng, Bali 81161,Indonesia
  • Gitgit Waterfall Timing: 24-hrs
  • Gitgit Waterfall Price: 2 USD
  • Best time to visit Gitgit Waterfall(preferred time): 03:00 pm - 06:00 pm
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  • 31.27% of people who visit Bali include Gitgit Waterfall in their plan

  • 34.2% of people start their Gitgit Waterfall visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Gitgit Waterfall

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

91.12% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gitgit Waterfall

People normally club together Danau Batur and Echo Beach while planning their visit to Gitgit Waterfall.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • One of the most accessible waterfalls in Bali. The trek from the parking spot is not that far, and the terrain is also very easy. Not a lot of stairs to manage, even if there were, they weren't very steep. The parking area is quite plentiful, with easily accessible toilets. Some food stalls are available for a quick bite. Lots of shops line the path towards and out of the waterfall. Be prepared to get followed by some nagging sellers. The waterfall itself is also very accessible, where people are able to stand right beneath the falls, despite the big drop from the top. Very instagrammable. Drones may be flown in the area, however beware of low hanging vines and the rather stiff breeze blown by the waterfall.

  • While we visited the place, in November 2019, the water fall was thin however, from the size of the drain, it seemed like that it was almost to its capacity. The fall is from about 100 Mt height. Indeed a scenic beauty. There are sitting area/benches on the opposite bank, as an ideal spot for snaps with background of nature. The reaching to the place needs a walk of about 400 Mt on steps of irregular size that can make one feel tired through excursion. There are a lot of stall vending for local artifacts and articles for which selling rates, are high compared to market but looking to the prevailing economy, are ok. Prices are negotiable. To enter the fall, 100k IR is fee that needs to be paid on ticket counter. There is a restaurant on the way as well. There is a parking lot along side the approach road and public utility for both gender is available on paid basis. The fall is worth a shot, once. Less of tourist, more of enjoyable the spot can be.

  • Maybe the best waterfall in Bali. It has stunning scenery and very easy path. The track going down cemented so anyone can easily walk the track. There are shops on the path but they're not aggresive sellers. The waterfall has small pool where you can have a dip if you wish and rocks on its stream where you can just hang and chill enjoying the sound and breeze. Water is clear and cool.

  • Well worth the drive. Would recommend taking a snack and sitting to enjoy for a moment. You can also swim in the fresh water stream.

  • THE TICKET IS 20K AND YOU DO NOT NEED A LOCAL GUIDE! The waterfall is truly a must-visit at least once, but there are a few setbacks. When we arrived, some three guys, dressed in the traditional clothes appeared out of nowhere in the parking lot, asking if we are going to the Gitgit waterfall. We told them that yes, thats exactly why we are here. They started to ask for money, as they said that we need a local guide for visiting. They asked for 300'000 IDR, which is a lot, like really a lot of money in this country. We told him, that we do not think we need a guide and we will come back if we cannot find a way. So we left him and went onto the waterfall,- there were road signs leading to it, pretty easy, about 300m from parking and you are there. Also some annoying local shopkeepers will try to get you to buy something by sending their children after you, to beg money. We actually saw a woman running away from them. Also, the place you have to actually pay something is like 100m from the main road, and its just 20k ticket for a person. Definitely incomparable to those 300k for a senseless local guide.

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